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PHOENIX (KSAZ) -

Surveillance pictures from inside an uptown Phoenix Loft Complex show a man and a woman leaving the building after 5 p.m. Tuesday night.

It looks like they're headed out for a trip, the problem? none of what they're carrying belongs to them.

"And right when I saw the footage all I saw was my Louis Vuitton duffle bag stuffed and when I looked closer with the surveillance I realized that was my husbands bike," said the burglary victim.

The victim of the burglary did not want to be identified.

"This is the bag they were carrying out," said the victim as she was reviewing the video with FOX10.

Her expensive luggage and purses stuffed inside are all hers along with the blue bike that is her husbands.

The items were taken from a storage locker in the building that had two locks on the door.

Somehow the two burglars managed to get inside making off with $20,000 in items.

"This was obvious, in broad daylight they brought the bike, the suitcase, and my husband's duffle bag all down," she said.

She thinks the duo tricked a resident into letting them inside the secured building by saying they were at the location to visit someone, "yeah and the key fob or key box wasn't working," she said.

"But I just want someone to recognize them and I hope they get caught and I just want all of our stuff back and also the other tenants that live in that building," she said.

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